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Rains lash Valley; MeT predicts more rains till tomorrow evening

 

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Srinagar, Mar 13: As the rains lashed Valley today, the local Meteorological (MeT) department here predicted more rains till Thursday evening.

Deputy Director MeT, Mukhtar Ahmad told that the rains would continue to lash the Valley till Thursday evening.
“There is possibility of more light rains till Thursday evening as per the prediction,” he said.

He added weather would remain mostly cloudy tomorrow, saying that weather conditions would improve across the Valley from Friday morning.

Ahmad added that there was no significant weather prediction till March 19, 2019 evening. (KNS)

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